Subscriptions • Any coffees • Any frequency • No contracts

Colombia Finca Samboni Gesha - Anaerobic Natural - Specially Priced For a Limited Time!
Colombia Finca Samboni Gesha - Anaerobic Natural - Specially Priced For a Limited Time!
Colombia Finca Samboni Gesha - Anaerobic Natural - Specially Priced For a Limited Time!
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Colombia Finca Samboni Gesha - Anaerobic Natural - Specially Priced For a Limited Time!
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Colombia Finca Samboni Gesha - Anaerobic Natural - Specially Priced For a Limited Time!
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Colombia Finca Samboni Gesha - Anaerobic Natural - Specially Priced For a Limited Time!

Colombia Finca Samboni Gesha - Anaerobic Natural - Specially Priced For a Limited Time!

Regular price
$30.00
Sale price
$30.00
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
per 

LIGHTER ROAST | Anearobic Natural Processed - Honey, Raspberry, Apple Flowers, Buttery Croissant

Many of you asked for one so we brought an exceptional one in! Our super limited Colombia Finca Samboni is a delicious gesha we’ve specially priced for what has become the most expensive coffee varietal in the world. We sourced one with the distinct nuances you’d expect in a great gesha - without needing to charge upwards of $75 or more per pound - which this rare varietal often commands. It one won’t last long - so if you’ve never tried this very unique varietal this is not one to miss! This microlot is specially processed using the anaerobic natural method. Our roast boasts notes of honey, dried raspberry, & apple flowers with creamy, buttery notes like a fresh baked raspberry croissant.  A wonderfully complex cup - Wow! 
 
ALSO AVAILABLE WITH OUR ETHIOPIA GERA ESTATE ANAEROBIC NATURAL IN A SPECIALLY PRICED 2 PACK BOX WHILE THEY LAST! 
 
Want to learn more – read on. 
 
About the farm & producer:
This anaerobic lot comes to us from Santa Barbara located over 2000 meters above sea level in Algeciras, Colombia. John Samboni has owned this 32 hectare specialty coffee farm for 5 years. John loves experimenting with different types of processing methods. He recently took a specialty coffee course on fermentation which has enabled him to produce anaerobic lots like this one. To produce, they put the ripe cherry and water in tanks for five days. Then they’ll drain the water and spread on raised beds and patios for 20 to 30 days. This unique process develops a more complex, rich profile.
 
So what is a Gesha coffee? 
Gesha is a variety of coffee tree that originated in the Gori Gesha forest, Ethiopia, though it is now grown in several other nations in Africa, Asia, and the Americas. It is widely known for its unique flavor profile of floral and sweet notes, its high selling price, and its exclusivity as its demand has increased over the years. The flavor profile of Gesha coffee is one aspect that contributes to its renown. Gesha is known for its sweet flavor and aroma of floral notes, jasmine, chocolate, honey, and even black tea. These sweet floral notes, and complex flavor profiles are some of the many characteristics that Gesha coffee shares with most other African coffees. Gesha is perhaps the most valuable coffee in the world.